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Trump's healthcare policy (donaldjtrump.com)
by anotheraccount on 2 Mar 2016  41 comments, latest 2 years ago
https://www.donaldjtrump.com/p Point #5: Require price transparency from all healthcare providers, especially doctors and healthcare organizations like clinics and hospitals. Individuals should be able to shop to find the best prices...

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Fake users
by anotheraccount on 31 Dec 2014  26 comments, latest 3 years ago
I read some articles on sfgate today and noticed that most of the comments are done by users that registered very recently and are posting comments at incredible pace 20-30...

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Covered California - Prices Rising
by anotheraccount on 4 Oct 2013  35 comments, latest 5 years ago
I've finally got a chance to check on the actual prices offered. If I were to switch from my current family plan to the one offered on Covered California, it...

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Where are the sanctions? (bbc.com)
by anotheraccount on 10 Jan 2015  4 comments, latest 3 years ago
http://www.bbc.com/news/world- Saudi blogger Badawi 'flogged for Islam insult' On Thursday state department spokeswoman Jen Psaki urged the Saudi authorities to "cancel this brutal punishment" and to review his case.

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CA property taxes some of the lowest in the nation (blog.sfgate.com)
by anotheraccount on 3 Dec 2016  10 comments, latest 2 years ago
http://blog.sfgate.com/onthebl "What’s even more amazing is that the effective tax rate in some other Bay Area cities are even lower. In Palo Alto, for example, where Trulia set the median...

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No thread about ZTE?
by anotheraccount on 14 May 2018  51 comments, latest 11 days ago
Please try to defend Trump's action here.

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A Way to Think About Stock Market Earnings
by anotheraccount on 25 Jan 2013  Posted 5 years ago
S&P 500 is around 14 Trillion in market cap (at 1500). Companies earned about 1.2 Trillion in 2012 (102.47 in earnings and 30.44 in dividends). 50% of the earnings come...

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First sign of the top - declining sales (dqnews.com)
by anotheraccount on 15 Mar 2013  134 comments, latest 5 years ago
Now that super low interest rates are baked into payments, the top is forming in pricing. I know that one month does not make a trend, but one would expect...

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This is just low - Obamacares Subscriber Rolls Include Unpublicized Dental Plan (bloomberg.com)
by anotheraccount on 20 Nov 2014  17 comments, latest 4 years ago
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/ The Obama administration included as many as 400,000 dental plans in a number it reported for enrollments under the Affordable Care Act, an unpublicized detail that helped surpass a...

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Helping Timothy Geithner - Eliminating TurboTax (thinkprogress.org)
by anotheraccount on 15 Apr 2016  15 comments, latest 2 years ago
http://thinkprogress.org/econo Elizabeth Warren wants to make tax filing season simpler and cheaper for most Americans. On Wednesday, the Democratic senator introduced a bill with seven cosponsors, including Democratic presidential candidate...

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Obamacare should compell insurers to stay in exchanges (businessinsider.com)
by anotheraccount on 19 Apr 2016  36 comments, latest 2 years ago
http://www.businessinsider.com This is BS. They are essentially getting out of preexisting conditions this way.

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Sold all of NAC today
by anotheraccount on 12 Jul 2017  2 comments, latest 8 months ago
Premium/Discount went from -10% in Nov 2016 to -1.6% now. With the way economy has overheated on the coasts, the Fed will have hard time justifying not raising rates. Even...

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Solving Medicare Model (treatmentreport.com)
by anotheraccount on 28 Jul 2011  33 comments, latest 7 years ago
Inspired by the all the debt ceiling debate I created a model on possible solution to Medicare. Providers, medicare recipients, and top 1% of tax payers have to make their...

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Globalization and Cheating (businessinsider.com)
by anotheraccount on 7 Jun 2016  Posted 2 years ago
http://www.businessinsider.com Citing data from 14 large public universities, The Journal noted that public universities recorded 5.1 reports of alleged cheating per 100 international students, compared to one report of cheating...

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LIBORGate vs. InventoryGate
by anotheraccount on 24 Dec 2012  Posted 6 years ago
It's amazing to find out how many people were involved at manipulating LIBOR rates and all of them kept it a secret for years. I don't think it would be...

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Carried Interest Loophole Lives (sfgate.com)
by anotheraccount on 12 Jan 2013  15 comments, latest 5 years ago
This is the loophole that Romney uses to keep a low income tax rate: When he announced the "fiscal cliff" compromise this month, President Obama promised that upper-income Americans would...

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This spring will be a local top in bay area prices
by anotheraccount on 19 Jan 2013  17 comments, latest 5 years ago
As I've mentioned in my posts before, I believe that the move in bay area housing has been driven primarily by interest rates and not by jobs. Tech jobs were...

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Declining birth rate - transitional or major change? (pewsocialtrends.org)
by anotheraccount on 18 Mar 2013  Posted 5 years ago
US Rate falls to a record low in 2011. http://www.pewsocialtrends.org Is this a significant change that will last next 20-30 years? Or is it just due to recession and is...

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What's going on the ground in India?
by anotheraccount on 27 Aug 2013  Posted 5 years ago
The currency is collapsing. I usually like to buy things that have big moves, but in this case I simply don't know enough. They need to raise interest rates and...

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Will we finally get inflation and the rise of bond yields? (bls.gov)
by anotheraccount on 19 Jun 2014  6 comments, latest 4 years ago
I've been bullish on bonds since the crazy sell off in June of 2013. However, I've reduced my position substantially in the last month. I am starting to think that...
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